Greg Mason Burns

September 2014

Art Transcending Science

[caption id="attachment_3250" align="alignright" width="300"] Zapatos de Flamenca - Art Transcending Science[/caption]   This article by author Amy Kelly suggests that art and science have developed together over time, despite having opposite functions.Published by the University of Wisconsin La Crosse, the article suggests that art and sciences have long been linked. This is true even in the 20th century where it is rare to find people participating wholly in both areas. After all, art is supposedly more emotional while science is supposedly more logical. This is in spite of the fact that many artists create logic-based art (M.C. Escher, for example). Of course,...